Some articles on extremely:
... He is extremely jealous of Ranma, who is the target of Shampoo's affection, and he believes he needs to defeat or kill Ranma in order to have her care for him ... Mousse has extremely bad eyesight, which requires him to wear thick glasses, but he usually has them concealed within his robes or propped up on his forehead, leading him to ... Mousse is an extremely skilled, swift, strong, and dangerous martial artist, who fights by using hidden weapons ...
... The results are given below, with 0% = extremely against, 100% = extremely for (except for the left-right spectrum, where 0% = extremely left-wing, 100% = extremely right-wing) Group ...
... There are no power brakes or power steering, making the CSR extremely responsive and extremely agile ... The clutch also engages extremely high, allowing for quick shifts while racing ... This makes heel-and-toeing extremely quick and easy as the engine revs up very quickly with so little momentum ...
... conventional virtues in his vocational writings (if write he must), composed extremely arrogant and extremely independent and extremely wicked verse in which a dangerous freedom of thought was ...
... had him act in a side show, adding extremely high numbers in his head and reciting extremely long sections of text without faltering ... As is shown in Stone Cold, Farb's gifts allow him to win extremely high amounts of money at casino games, such as blackjack ...
More definitions of "extremely":
- (adv): To an extreme degree.
- (adv): To a high degree or extent; favorably or with much respect.
Example: "Extremely interesting"
Famous quotes containing the word extremely:
“Pedants make a great rout about criticism, as if it were a science of great depth, and required much pains and knowledgecriticism however is only the result of good sense, taste and judgmentthree qualities that indeed seldom are found together, and extremely seldom in a pedant, which most critics are.”
—Horace Walpole (17171797)
“Mr. [Christopher] Smart the poet was here yesterday.... This ingenious writer is one of the most unfortunate of menhe has been twice confined in a mad house.... How great a pity so clever, so ingenious a man should be reduced to such shocking circumstances. He is extremely grave, and has still great wildness in his manner, looks and voicetis impossible to see him and to think of his works, without feeling the utmost pity and concern for him.”
—Frances Burney (17521840)
“Is this not trueThat in proportion to the value of their estates the extremely wealthy pay far less taxes than those of moderate means? Compare the amount paid by millionaires with the amount paid by ordinary citizens. I believe that in proportion to their estates they pay less than half as much as ordinary citizens, whereas they ought to pay more.”
—Rutherford Birchard Hayes (18221893)